The diaries of Pitti and Dati and Florentine family life
I have an upcoming exam on Renaissance Florence and one topic in particular involves a study of Buonaccorso Pitti and Gregorio Dati - the businessmen and diarists - and what light their works shed on family life and individuality in that space and time.
Unfortunately my library has only one copy of Gene Brucker's seminal "Two Memoirs of Renaissance Florence" (which discusses them both in full), and it has already been snatched up. Does anyone know another source which offers a good account of Pitti and Dati (somewhere online?) and perhaps a commentary, as well?
Thanks very much in advance!